Chfd 3930(3)

Chfd 3930(3) - Chfd 3930 When i t comes to social...

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Chfd 3930 When it comes to social behaviors, males and females differ more in degree than in kind Males & females faced many similar adaptive problems in the past, and Males can and contribute to child-rearing and protecting the child and mother, of course; but females bear the greater burden in reproduction, as is the case with all 4,000 species of mammals. Females will prefer males who willing and able to provide resources for their protection and that of their offspring. Males will tend to select mates on the basis of physical attraction & youthfulness as well as partners who will be trustworthy and faithful Women want status and resources, and men are attuned to cues or fertility Observed differences between men and women that may not stem from how they attract & retain mates but from how they compete with other members of their own sex to gain some advantage in the mating marketplace
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